Keyboard On iPhone 6 Hangs Up Ios 12

Learn how to use the device’s built-in keyboards in each program. Switching between keyboards, one-handed input, using third-party keyboards and other features are available.

Keyboard On iPhone 6 Hangs Up Ios 12

Change keyboard settings

You can change the settings of the device’s built-in keyboard and add input languages. This also changes the dictionary used for auto-correction, the number of letters on the keyboard and the location of the keys. The keyboard language also defines the language of the dictionary used for predictive typing.

To change the keyboard settings, follow these steps:

  1. Open a program that uses a keyboard, such as Messages or Mail.
  2. Press and hold or.
  3. Click on Keyboard Settings.
  4. Then change the settings as needed.

Add or remove a third-party keyboard

Third-party software keyboards are installed on the device in the same way as other programs. To use the new keyboard, you must add it after installation. Follow the steps below.

To remove a third-party keyboard, follow these steps:

  1. Select “Settings” Basic, then tap Keyboard and Keyboards.
  2. Click “Edit.”
  3. Click and then Finish.

You can also remove the keyboard by uninstalling a companion program installed from the App Store. In this case, the keyboard will also be deleted from the “Settings” section.

Switch to another keyboard

When using the program, you can switch to another keyboard, such as a third-party keyboard or language keyboard. Follow the steps below.

  1. Press and hold or.
  2. Select the keyboard you want to use.

To reorder keyboards:

  1. Go to the Settings menu “Basic” Keyboard and select the Keyboards option.
  2. Click “Edit.”
  3. Press and hold to move the keyboard.
  4. Click Finish.

Third-party keyboards are sometimes not available for one of the following reasons:

  • The developer of the program used does not allow installing third-party keyboards.
  • When entering a secure text field, such as a password field, where dots are displayed instead of letters and numbers.
  • When using a numeric keypad, not a standard one.

In all of these cases, the default keyboard will be displayed until text entry is complete.

One-handed input

You can turn on the mode on your iPhone to make it easy to enter with one hand. To do this, perform the following steps.

  1. Press and hold or.
  2. Press to move the keyboard to the left. Press to move the keyboard to the right.
  3. When done, press and hold or. Then click to return to the original settings.

One-handed input mode can also be turned on in the Settings menu “Basic” Keyboards by selecting the One-handed Keyboard option. To use the one-handed keyboard, you need an iPhone 6 or later. For iPhone SE and iPod touch, this feature is not available.

On iPhones 6 or later, the one-handed keyboard doesn’t work if the display is set to larger than the standard display. On iPhone 6 Plus or later devices, the one-handed keyboard will work if the display is set to enlarge instead of the standard display. To change the display settings, go to the Settings menu “Screen and brightness” “Increase.”

Change physical keyboard layout

You can choose between several keyboard layouts adopted on physical keyboards. You can also use an alternative layout that does not correspond to the keys on the physical keyboard.

To change the physical keyboard, you must first pair it with your iPhone, iPad or iPod touch. To put the keyboard into pairing detection or pairing mode, follow the instructions that came with it. After pairing with the keyboard, open “Settings” “Basic” “Physical Keyboard” and select a layout.

Learn how to set up and use a Bluetooth accessory. such as a keyboard. on your device.

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